JULY 26, 2013

AIRPORTS 

SeaTac voters to decide on $15 minimum for airport workersVoters in SeaTac will vote Nov. 5 on a measure to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour for the city’s airport-related workers.

 

ELECTIONS/GOVERNANCE 

Letter, petition rip Port of Port Angeles over rehiringJeff Robb, former port executive director, was rehired as environmental director.

 

MISC 

Burbank Business Park getting sewerPort of Walla Walla commissioners agreed Wednesday to drill and place a sewage line under the Snake River to connect the park to Pasco’s sewer system.

 

TRADE 

State representatives tout coal exports at Vancouver eventRep. Harris: Projects will boost state’s role as a leader in trade.

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